Monday, October 17, 2016
(It's no wonder he's feeling so much wrath.)
As recent issues have disclosed, despite his title it is possible for Gilad Anni-Padda to die.
When he does, he finds himself in "heaven" (sorta kinda), reunited with his wife and children. Why would he ever leave?
But his sense of duty leads him to return to the land of the living, but it's not an easy thing to manage - because first he must fight his way past an army of demons in Hell, including the mountainous monster named Humongous.
But for the first time, the parameters of the battle have changed, making it a fight Gilad can't win.
That's because his oldest son Kalam has followed Gilad and been captured by the demons, who use him as a bargaining chip.
So for Gilad, apparently surrender the only option.
This series has been a bit on the grim and gritty side, but it also has heart, courage and a smart hero. Add in sharp scripts by Robert Venditti and excellent, vivid (and often epic) artwork by Robert Gill, and you have a powerful story to enjoy.